6 Important Values Entrepreneurial Parents Can Teach Their Children, Suicide attack foiled in Beirut cafe: security source and Who killed Kim Jong-nam?

6 Important Values Entrepreneurial Parents Can Teach Their Children

Being a parent, like running a business, is challenging. But being an entrepreneur can actually give you a leg up. Entrepreneurs are resourceful, creative…

Suicide attack foiled in Beirut cafe: security source

The suspected bomber was stopped while wearing an explosive vest as he attempted to enter the cafe and before he was able to detonate it, the source said, adding that he was injured during his arrest and taken to hospital. Militants have carried out a number of bombings in LB in recent years including some motivated by…

Who killed Kim Jong-nam?



6 Important Values Entrepreneurial Parents Can Teach Their Children

Being a parent, like running a business, is challenging. But being an entrepreneur can actually give you a leg up. Entrepreneurs are resourceful, creative and intellectually curious by nature, and sharing entrepreneurship’s unique set of principles with your children can help them succeed in the new economy.

Suicide attack foiled in Beirut cafe: security source

The suspected bomber was stopped while wearing an explosive vest as he attempted to enter the cafe and before he was able to detonate it, the source said, adding that he was injured during his arrest and taken to hospital. Militants have carried out a number of bombings in LB in recent years including some motivated by the war in neighboring SY, but no major incidents has taken place for months. In June, 8 suicide bombers targeted a Christian village in north LB near the SYn border, killing 5 other people. Twin blasts in November two thousand and fifteen left fourty-three dead in the mostly Shi’ite Muslim southern districts of BEY.

Who killed Kim Jong-nam?


Being a parent, like running a business, is challenging. But…

Because you are an entrepreneur, the tone of your conversations will naturally be different from those of other parents. As with any values, your kids will organically absorb your entrepreneurial ethos just by seeing how you live and work. However, if you want to drive home lessons you’ve learned along your entrepreneurial journey, incorporate these 6 attributes into your children’s daily lives. An action orientation. Most entrepreneurs don’t write business plans. Parents who lack an entrepreneurial mindset might overanalyze, unknowingly teaching their children to avoid risk-taking, which is fundamental to entrepreneurship.

The suspected bomber was stopped while wearing an explosive…

Islamic State, a militant Sunni group that holds extensive territory in SY, said it was behind those attacks. Attacks in LB risk widening sectarian fissures that lay behind the country’s fifteen-year-long civil war which ended in one thousand, nine hundred and ninety and that have been aggravated by the war in SY. (Reporting by Laila Bassam and Angus McDowall, editing by G Crosse)


Because you are an entrepreneur, the tone of your…

If your children want to take an entrepreneurial toe-dip by setting up a lemonade stand, for example, encourage and support them as an investor would. Offer a revenue share deal, or have them reimburse you for supplies. Letting them take action on ideas while concurrently teaching them the importance of the investor relationship will give them confidence.


If your children want to take an entrepreneurial toe-dip by…

As your child becomes more of a self-starter and develops intrinsic motivation, that can carry him or her through rough patches at school or in the social world. two. A sense of autonomy. Entrepreneurs know they can’t be micromanaged and still expected to be accountable for their own outcomes; that’s why they value independence. And there’s no more concrete example of micromanaging than helicopter parenting. What’s in it for you? They’ll learn to solve their own problems and be less dependent on Mom and Dad.


6 Important Values Entrepreneurial Parents Can Teach Their Children

three. Financial literacy. Don’t hide the tough reality of starting and running a business from your kids. The benefits of growing a financially literate child? Self-explanatory. Sales acumen. Entrepreneurs keenly understand the importance of pursuing and building meaningful relationships: You can’t wait for opportunities to come to you; you have to grab them. I learned this myself at an early age, when I discovered the resale value of Now and Later candy at my school. I made a nice profit, until my grandmother put the kibosh on the whole operation.


6 Important Values Entrepreneurial Parents Can Teach Their Children

In my lemonade stand example, you can encourage your kids to leave the table and approach people to let them know they can quench their thirst nearby. They’ll learn how to speak up and come to understand the unique power of offering up a desirable solution.


6 Important Values Entrepreneurial Parents Can Teach Their Children

By putting themselves out there, your children will find more opportunities in life. Use failure to teach your kids to foster continuous improvement. Turning failures into learning opportunities is not just about saying, “Your lemonade stand didn’t do well today, but that’s okay.” Instead, encourage them to innovate by embracing a growth mindset: “Okay, so you failed today — but what did you learn from it? What would you change tomorrow?” If they learn it’s not all right to fail or that failure is permanent, they’ll be scared to take chances and to think outside the box and try new things. Essentially, their ability to make their lives better will become increasingly limited. Conversely, if they value failures as chances to devise new strategies, they’ll become more confident and well-rounded.


6 Important Values Entrepreneurial Parents Can Teach Their Children

six. A love of lifelong learning. Successful entrepreneurs are always striving to improve themselves and their businesses. They know that the only constant is change and that what works today may not tomorrow.


6 Important Values Entrepreneurial Parents Can Teach Their Children

Many nights, my daughter and I chat about work before bedtime. I tell her about my clients or about marketing, and she asks questions about business practices. Just through these casual conversations, she already understands more about wholesale and retail pricing, revenue, profit and margin than do most college students.

This entry was posted in Uncategorized by admin. Bookmark the permalink.

0 thoughts on “6 Important Values Entrepreneurial Parents Can Teach Their Children, Suicide attack foiled in Beirut cafe: security source and Who killed Kim Jong-nam?

  1. make it bigger, make it smaller! Goddamn it, make up your mind!
    That is not a very intelligible comment. Do try to think of why these things might actually be different.
    Risking nothing is not brave, bu risking it all, be it wealth, fame, reputation, that’s bravery.

  2. Oh great…the thilla’ from Wasilla. Why should this trashy idea surprise anybody?
    who let this stupid monkey use the internet.
    Gee, how shocking because it might cost him money and of course, his kids have been vaccinated. They don’t call em carnival folk for nothing.

  3. If the definition of “reason and measured” was “giving equal weight to all sides”, we would still be debating whether witches were responsible for bad luck. And thanks for drawing a parallel to climate change beliefs, because there is a good bit in common between the two. I think your demand for 100% conclusive anything shows a lack of understanding about how this process works. In your view, no science is valid or I suspect this is a way to give you the room to pick and choose anything you want.
    I’m shaking my head in embarrassment for you…

  4. Gee, how shocking because it might cost him money and of course, his kids have been vaccinated. They don’t call em carnival folk for nothing.

  5. I found people who accepted me, let me stim, have meltdowns and whatever I needed to get through the day (something I was not allowed in my youth). Please just let her be her, don’t let the predator/vaxxers do their thing, they circle like sharks (they did to me), but carry on. Things will work out. Thanks for all the years of great entertainment and goodwill. You two will be great parents (we’ve met, but you probably don’t remember when/where) in L.A. Keep up the great work.

  6. I found people who accepted me, let me stim, have meltdowns and whatever I needed to get through the day (something I was not allowed in my youth). Please just let her be her, don’t let the predator/vaxxers do their thing, they circle like sharks (they did to me), but carry on. Things will work out. Thanks for all the years of great entertainment and goodwill. You two will be great parents (we’ve met, but you probably don’t remember when/where) in L.A. Keep up the great work.
    Wow..how absolutely out of touch a person can be with reality

  7. Mr Marxist is really showing his true colors now…
    Just wondering….
    Gee, how shocking because it might cost him money and of course, his kids have been vaccinated. They don’t call em carnival folk for nothing.

  8. Its goood enouggh
    That’s it. All my secrets are out !!!
    I don’t know what movie you saw?But the movie the rest of us saw was not well directed and under produced.I don’t think Zack should be the one directing these films he not very good at it.

  9. That’s it. All my secrets are out !!!
    She’s as dumb as a post.
    You’ve got to stand for something or you’ll fall for anything.

  10. Proof that beauty rules are simply opinions. Be a grown-up and wear what you like.
    So Lovely…Touches My Soul!!!
    Descrimination? lol How many people audition for a role and don’t get the part? lol

  11. couldn’t agree more.
    Of course, these folks seem to think because they are well-known, that somehow that makes them smarter than the rest of us
    Horrible decision to bring her into the mix

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

News Navigation
Recent comments